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The Coast is a place where night bites, hatted restaurants, street-eats and breweries are all served with a side of alfresco. A place where five-star feasting means dusting the sand from your feet; where surfers swap their boards for a latte at sun-up and little ones break from beachside frolics to feast on epic spreads of fish and chips.

From Burleigh’s perennially popular rooftop bars to communal eateries in Palmy, fine dining at Broadbeach to reinvented venues in Surfers, there is a renaissance stirring up the Gold Coast culinary scene. Vegan eateries sit alongside revamped rooftops and converted warehouses, and foodies mix money-can’t-buy views with iconic surf clubs, food trucks and local espresso haunts; and once the sun goes down, speakeasy vibes and cosy rum hideaways add another flavour to the scene.

Whether you find yourself among the cool crowd at Nobby Beach, or part of the social scene in Broadbeach or Surfers Paradise, consider yourself an acai aficionado, a sausage sizzler or a coffee connoisseur, nothing says you’ve had a cracker-of-a-holiday quite like gaining a little extra padding around the middle. Bon appétit!

Explore our Gold Coast Restaurants below.

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Sushi Bay

Sushi Bay

Type: Restaurant and Cafe Sushi

Sushi Bay is located at Robina Town Shopping Centre, Shop 1004, Lakeside Promenade. It is rated 3.0 by 21 Zomato users. Serves Sushi. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$40 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato

the barn restaurant

the barn restaurant

Type: Restaurant and Cafe Italian

The Barn Restaurant has an Italian influenced menu prepared by a group of gifted hatted chef’s. It’s not just a restaurant but a food experience where regional flavours of Italy are freshly designed with local and nationally sourced ingredients to deliver a truly authentic Italian taste. The stunningly beautiful scenery surrounds The Barn to make you feel like you have escaped the city for a distant location without being far from anywhere. Take

The Bavarian Broadbeach

The Bavarian Broadbeach

Type: Bars Restaurant and Cafe

Your local, with a Bavarian twist. Think of The Bavarian as your local: reliable, fun and comfortingly familiar, with a family-friendly bar, plenty of buzz … and a Bavarian twist. Their heritage showcases an incredible range of imported German beers and iconic dishes, such as their famous pork knuckle and golden-crumbed schnitzels. Yet, we’re supercharged with Aussie pub attributes too, including local brews and value-packed, go-to, beer-friendl

The Bavarian Coomera

The Bavarian Coomera

Type: Bars Restaurant and Cafe German

Your local, with a Bavarian twist. Think of The Bavarian as your local: reliable, fun and comfortingly familiar, with a family-friendly bar, plenty of buzz … and a Bavarian twist. Their heritage showcases an incredible range of imported German beers and iconic dishes, such as their famous pork knuckle and golden-crumbed schnitzels. Yet, we’re supercharged with Aussie pub attributes too, including local brews and value-packed, go-to, beer-friendl

The Bavarian Robina

The Bavarian Robina

Type: Bars Restaurant and Cafe German

Your local, with a Bavarian twist. Think of The Bavarian as your local: reliable, fun and comfortingly familiar, with a family-friendly bar, plenty of buzz … and a Bavarian twist. Their heritage showcases an incredible range of imported German beers and iconic dishes, such as their famous pork knuckle and golden-crumbed schnitzels. Yet, they’re supercharged with Aussie pub attributes too, including local brews and value-packed, go-to, beer-frien

The Cavill Hotel

The Cavill Hotel

Type: Australian Bars Restaurant and Cafe Classic Australian Gluten Free Available International Light Meals Modern Australian Pizza or Wood fired Pizza Pub Seafood Share Plates Steak Tapas Thai Vegetarian

From delicious fare to an extensive drinks offering and friendly service, The Cavill Hotel has it all. At The Cavill Hotel you’ll be tapping into the lifeline of Surfers Paradise to experience the best of this iconic strip through entertainment, delicious beach-inspired fare and refreshing beverages. At The Cavill Hotel they’re breathing new life into this iconic Gold Coast hotspot and celebrating its rich history and long-standing reputation.

The Club at Parkwood Village

The Club at Parkwood Village

Type: Bistro/Cafe/Deli Restaurant and Cafe Modern Australian Pizza or Wood fired Pizza

Dining at The Club at Parkwood Village has never been so delicious! The Club has a number of unique dining spaces to spread out and unwind while we serve you from our seasonal menu, where modern Australian meets premium pub classics. Enjoy daily lunch and dinner specials, something from the grill, something from the sea, authentic wood fire pizzas or signature club schnitzels and burgers. The bistro’s diverse menu has been designed and flavoured

The Loose Moose

The Loose Moose

Type: American Bars Restaurant and Cafe Fast Food Hamburgers Steak Tapas

Multi-award winning Tap & Grill House serving up 25 craft beers on tap, 160 whiskeys from around the world and designer cocktails because . . . all we do all day is source the best food and booze to serve to you!

The Lucky Squire

The Lucky Squire

Type: Australian Bars Beverage Breweries Restaurant and Cafe Modern Australian Pizza or Wood fired Pizza Woodfired Cooking

Almost 230 years ago, the first fleet arrived at Sydney Cove and a convict named James Squire stepped ashore in chains. He didn’t know it then, but this chicken-stealing highwayman had been presented with a remarkable opportunity. A charmer, a swindler and a cunning rogue, James would go on to become the father of Australian brewing – and a bona fide legend. The Lucky Squire, brings the luck of James Squire – Australia’s first brewer, to the hea

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